PM10, ozone levels high in Slovenia but situation improving
Ljubljana, 6 November - While the industry was considered the main culprit for air pollution in the past, the 2014/2015 air quality report for Slovenia shows that elevated levels of PM10 particles and ozone are the biggest problems. Nonetheless, air quality in the country has been improving steadily in recent years, according to the Environmental Agency.
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